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Law, order restored at Nkoranza

 The Police says it has reestablished lawfulness at Nkoranza in the Bono East Area following assaults on the Police Divisional and Locale Central command.

On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, the Nkoranza Police Divisional and Locale Base camp were attacked by some furious horde, who went after the stations over the passing of one Albert Donkor, an outfitted looter suspect, who kicked the bucket during a police against burglary activity.

An assertion gave in Accra by DCOP Kwesi Ofori, Chief Overall population Issues said the perturbed youth were purportedly fighting the passing of Donkor.

It said the police answered suitably to the circumstance, remembering bringing for support groups from the Provincial Base camp and bordering locales to reestablish peace and lawfulness.

The assertion said during the episode, six suspects, who were in police care figured out how to get away and difficult endeavors were in progress to have them recovered.

Likewise, because of the assault, six people were harmed and shipped off the St. Theresa's Clinic, Nkoranza.

As indicated by the clinic specialists, one of them passed on while getting treatment and five others are presently on affirmation and answering treatment.

It said two suspects had so far been captured regarding the assaults and were in police guardianship.

"Any remaining people engaged with executing this savage demonstration are being sought after to confront equity," it added.

The assertion said the circumstance was taken care of and that the police had conveyed broadly at Nkoranza and its environs.

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Accra Albert Donkor DCOP Kwesi Nkoranza Nkoranza Police


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